The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 9-2-2020
The Bryan Hyde Show
Revel in Wrongthink
It's not just the fact that 2020 has been an exceptionally challenging year. Many of us find ourselves working harder than we ever have before. Isaac Morehouse has a great explanation of why we're never really done working hard and why that's a good thing.
If you've listened to this program for any length of time, you'll know that I'm keeping a close eye on our food supply. Most of us believe famine is something that can only happen in poor, far away countries. J.W. Rich has some historical perspective to remind us that we can't afford to take our prosperity for granted.
As hard as I try to steer clear of the general election circus, it still manages to pull me in from time to time. Right now pollsters are in shock at what appears to be a tectonic shift in support towards Donald Trump. Steve Sailer says Biden's message is making him sound too much like a mob boss and less like a presidential candidate.
One of the better back-to-school memes is the picture of a dejected-looking guy with a briefcase and the caption "Me on my 5,322 day of back-to -work." Jon Miltimore has a great essay on how fewer young people are entering the job market and why that's a problem.
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